Get to Know: ‘Raging Fyah’


Raging Fyah is a Jamaican Reggae Band quietly making ripples in the waters of global music.


A five member band, hailing from Kingston, has been recognized for their detailed and passionate music skills. These skills can be see in their self-released albums, JudgementDay (2011) and Destiny (2014). The band has earned comparisons to reggae legends like, England’s Aswad and Steel Pulse, and Jamaica’s beloved Third World.

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Delroy, Demar and Anthony studied music at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMCVPA), tutored by none other than Ibo Cooper, former keyboardist with Third World. Joining forces with veteran guitarist Courtland the four formed ‘Inside Out’ in 2002. They changed the name to Raging Fyah in 2006. The determination to perform their own music came to fruition when Kumar signed on as lead singer in 2010. Another student at the EMCVPA, Kumar initially studied piano and, at Ibo Cooper’s insistence, began writing and singing original songs.


The Fyah Sqaud

After developing their skills, ‘The Fyah Squad’ was ready to dedicate themselves to Raging Fyah which led to the band making an album. In 2011, they released the debut album Judgement Day, gaining instant popularity and presence. Some songs received heavy rotation on the airwaves and finding their way to notable charts. With conscious roots/reggae was on the rise again and Raging Fyah was right there to spread the “Fyah” into 2012 as they captured the hearts of Jamaican listeners. Destiny was a different journey. Launched to the world in 2014, gaining rave reviews, recognition and a global following. Reggae is still the heartbeat of their sound, and the positivity of the lyrics remain as strong as ever. Raging Fyah burns through barriers of time, age, race or class with relatable songs for everyone to love.


The band has toured heavily throughout Europe, Costa Rica, Siberia and areas of the South Pacific promoting their message and delivering solid performances from both albums.

Listen to “Judgement Day” below.

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